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Fritz, that was an amazingly good presentation given that you were sitting in an airport. It's hard to think clearly with all the distractions. Thank you for your dedication and spirit. Appreciate the analysis at the end, and the friendly reminder, that we will need to brace clients for a new world order in terms of total return. The balanced portfolio of 60/40 yielding an average overall nominal total return of 5.4% is certainly going to be a tough pill to swallow for many of them. Great stuff!
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February 13, 2017

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It seems that the presenter pointed out many factors which should be assumed by most advisors, primarily the fact that any Monte Carlo simulation should in no way be relied upon as an up or down determination of whether a retirement plan is sound and will come to fruition as expected. The reminder of this fact is the essence of the webinar and certainly it permitted the attendees to think outside the box and also brings one down to earth in terms of lofty expectations of these planning software programs
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February 07, 2017

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Thanks once again Bob for walking all of us through the basic 1040 tax form. It was a good refresher and usually you learn something new every time you go through this review exercise. It is always worth it just for that fact alone. Also appreciate the fact that you make the learning relevant and even enjoyable throughout your presentation. Please keep up the GREAT work!
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January 26, 2017

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Thank you for the review of 7-Twelve theories and performance charts over 15 years and other time periods. Especially valuable is the Hare I and Hare II slides at the end showing that people who chase best performers in one year will suffer with lower returns than people who actually invest in the worst performers for that same year. Proof that diversification and avoiding concentrated positions is beneficial to the investor.
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January 25, 2017

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Thank you Fritz for the upbeat assessment of the upbeat projections going forward for both the stock market and the economy. It is reassuring to hear you affirm what might be characterized as a bit of giddiness at future projections for growth and the like. The levels of pessimism that still exist are indeed good evidence of possible gains ahead. Also your comments on the fixed income market, and yields remaining low are once again contrarian, but sensible. After all, you point out the gurus have been wrong.
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January 09, 2017

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Super job. Continue to appreciate Bob's ability to inject practical application of some of these concepts. These offer good reminders of the nuts and bolts of what we're doing as advisors. Always seems to learn one new thing, or reaffirm something that I wasn't quite clear on before a Bob Keebler presentation. Thanks for your dedication, Bob and also to Andy for moderation "par excellence".
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December 15, 2016

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Excellent job once again by Craig. Thank you!
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December 13, 2016

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Good introduction today refuting many of the more bearish forecasts. Again, it's nice that Fritz calls out people like Peter Schiff and Bill Gross, who for some reason the press just loves to interview. As Fritz says, this is quite baffling. It is incumbent upon advisors to "advise" their clients not to listen to the talking heads on CNBC and elsewhere. I find myself saying this virtually every day, and Fritz' words of wisdom are a large part of my thinking on this topic.
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December 12, 2016

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Nice job today, Chris. Thanks for the latest up-to-date info on cybersecurity risks as well as SEC exam focus. Today's webinar served as a good review of the latest compliance issues facing RIAs. Chris' delivery in the past few webinars has seemed to place a little less emphasis on simply scaring everyone, and more on addressing problems in a rational manner with workable solutions facing advisors. This is an improvement, because there are plenty of people out there trying to scare us. Thanks!
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December 08, 2016

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Thank you, Craig for another great presentation and for the continual reminders of how to approach the topic of rebalancing (and diversification) with clients who are focused primarily on the bottom line of "how much did I make". It is just as difficult as you suggest when trying to explain this topic to clients and trying to get them to go along with it.
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November 29, 2016

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Simple, but excellent, presentation today on the business backdrop under the new administration and Congressional control by Republicans. Also a good refresher course on basic principles of business ownership, entity choices, etc. And as usual, Bob not only makes everything easy to understand and comprehend but also applies real-life situations to the principles discussed, which helps greatly. Thank you.
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November 10, 2016

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Fritz did his usual good job on covering the current economic landscape. Please continue to point out WSJ articles which are misleading and other citations to various articles which make your point. I'm sure the A4A audience appreciates the contrarian viewpoint of things in general and helps set us apart from our not-so-well-informed colleagues.
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November 07, 2016

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Today's presentation was a good refresher. I particularly feel that advisors might benefit from Craig's review of the 12X Final Income exercise in several of the earlier slides which illustrates the basic principle of saving an amount equal to 12 times your final salary in order to be able to take 50% of that salary in retirement at a 4% rate. The illustrations and walking everyone through the calculations is helpful. Also good summaries at the end. The methodical and reasoned approach Craig uses is good.
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October 26, 2016

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What I really like about Bob's presentations, particularly in the past year or more, is that he clearly applies the materials he's teaching to the practical application of practicing financial planning. Specifically, he provides real-life examples, or pointers, on how a particular tax strategy or concept can be incorporated into a financial plan or investment strategy to both make the advisor look good and to benefit the client. The marrying of the tax concepts with the actual practice is very valuable.
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October 23, 2016

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First off, Fritz has never been political in his presentations. He is what I might consider apolitical or non-political, whichever you prefer. My observation after hearing Fritz present to A4A perhaps 50 or 60 times (estimated) is that he does not favor any particular political party. One can "read between the lines" of what Fritz says at any time, that is true. But there is certainly no partisanship of any kind in his words. Also, Fritz is an equal-opportunity critic of fund managers, CNBC celebrities, etc
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October 13, 2016

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Interesting but very technical topic related to tax and estate planning. Good overview although perhaps better understood by CPAs and tax attorneys than the average investment adviser. Most important takeaway was that clients who are affected by this new regulation should be made aware of it ASAP. Other professionals may not be completely aware of the changes and the adviser must be. Also illustrates the overreach of government regulators in the current political environment.
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September 29, 2016

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Craig deserves an A+ grade for today's webinar. His methodical, disciplined approach to the topic affords webinar attendees a great opportunity to understand the inner workings of diversification, rebalancing and especially, client dialogue on the topic of buying low and selling high. All of these points bear repetition and Craig's style of presentation serves as a reminder to advisors that these issues have to be faced head-on. A webinar on correlation would probably be of great interest to A4A members.
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September 28, 2016

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Superb discussion at the outset on the intricacies of the bond market and how the Fed rates relate to bond yields. This is something different from Fritz and was greatly appreciated. Remainder of webinar was solid, as always. Liked the fact that Fritz is not unrealistically optimistic on the earnings front, saying that even half of the 11% projection would be sufficient to keep stocks going. Provides some perspective on things and tempered enthusiasm of that sort is often the best policy.
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September 12, 2016

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Bob has repeated a few things over the past many months which bear repeating and which are valuable pointers for advisors. One of the most important to me (and one which has been borne out on many occasions with my clients) is the importance of demonstrating tax proficiency at a more advance level when doing planning for clients. This is why I've found that advisors with CPA credentials are growing by leaps and bounds. I have seen firsthand the benefits of having this advanced tax knowledge. Very important!
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August 25, 2016

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Excellent seminar today by Craig. Solid demonstration of how to convey a basic understanding of asset allocation and diversification principles to the uninitiated or novice investor. Great delivery by Craig as always. Easy to follow and understand and also gives us the tools and concepts to speak to our younger clients or clients-to-be. Thank you!
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August 24, 2016

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Fritz and Andy, thank you for another great presentation today. I particularly liked the gold versus S & P chart which Fritz discussed further at the end of the presentation. All of the slides were informative and illustrative of the points that Fritz is trying to drive home. As for running over on time, it would be nice to have the webinar end at a specific time as I believe more people would stick around to provide this feedback. Sometimes people have to run to something else. Thank you!
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August 08, 2016

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Great stuff today Craig- thank you. Appreciate some of the practical points and tips on differences between risk and volatility. Also a very good suggestion to ask clients when we first meet them what they believe the definition of risk is. Investment pros have to be careful not to confuse risk with volatility, as you say. Although much of what you say may seem repetitive, it is conducive to learning and retention of the material. Please continue.
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July 27, 2016

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Super presentation and as Andy said, a little more advanced than normal. Important, however, for anyone calling themselves a wealth manager to at least know some of the basics, and to recognize the issues that might be important to one or more HNW clients. Also, client's other professional advisors (CPA and attorney) are generally impressed when the financial advisor raises an issue on their own as it makes the advisor look engaged.
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July 21, 2016

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Fritz, thank you for this and also for the Brexit special session which was also enlightening. The A4A audience appreciates your dedication to the cause. It's always interesting when you point out how the 10 top strategists fared in their annual predictions. Please continue citing WSJ and Barron's articles, as they help make your case for certain positions that you take, and bring home each of your points with strong supporting evidence.
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July 11, 2016

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Thank you again Fritz for calling out the Barron's Outlook 2016 at the very end of today's webinar wherein you demonstrated the time one can waste following the so-called experts. As you show in your last slide, the experts called for IT and finance to be top performers, with utilities and consumer staples to suffer, and the reality is that it has been the exact opposite. Given this, it might even be worthwhile to read the Barron's Outlook, and then do precisely the opposite of what they suggest.
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June 13, 2016

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